Trump’s 100th Judicial Nominee Confirmed by Senate

On Thursday, The President hit a new milestone for having 100 Federal Judicial nominee confirmations.

RODOLFO RUIZ: The confirmed nominee to make 100 confirmations of Trump’s nominees is Rodolfo Ruiz to be added to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

SENATE: The Republican-controlled Senate has made their objective to fill the Federal Judiciary with Trump’s picks.

The Senate is also set to clear two more nominees for Puerto Rico and Pennsylvania, making it 102 judicial nominees confirmed.

THE PRESIDENT: As of now, POTUS has two Supreme Court justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, 37 federal appeals court judges, and 61 federal district court judges.

SENATE DEMOCRATS: Democrats in the Senate tried everything to stop or put a pause on the nominations by not returning their “blue slips” which means no voice or opinion on the nominee.

SENATE REPUBLICANS: The Senate Republicans used their majority power to not only speed up the process of nominations but also win a majority party vote without the Dems vote present.

THE PRESIDENT: Last month, Trump flipped the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which now has a majority of Republican-appointed judges.

CONCLUSION: The President is winning when it comes to the new Federal Judiciary ruled by Republicans and the 3rd U.S. Circuit of Appeals with the majority of Republican-appointed judges.

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